The Doctorate of Business Management program is ideal for self-motivated business managers and leaders who have proven themselves in the workplace but seek an intellectual challenge.
The Doctorate of Business Management (DBM) qualification is ideal for self-motivated business managers and leaders who have proven themselves in the workplace but seek an intellectual challenge.
As a doctoral candidate you will have the opportunity to solve complex issues by following a rigorous research process that will contribute innovatively to the body of knowledge in the area of management and or leadership.
You will start out by completing an advanced research methodology module, and then work independently – but in consultation with your supervisor – on your chosen research project. You will have the flexibility to meet the demands of work and family, but still receive regular face-to-face and online support from your supervisor at times that suit you both.
As a graduate from this programme you will be recognised and respected not only for having the highest level of qualification in business management, but also for honing advanced problem-solving, meta-analytical and critical thinking skills that culminated in making an original contribution to the business world.
The DBM aims to develop the necessary knowledge and leadership skills needed for our future business leaders. The chosen area of research must fall within the discipline of leadership and management, underpinned by exceptional and methodical research and academic rigour.
Prospective candidates must meet the requisite entry requirements and should be curious, independent thinkers, conversant with research, and eager to make a significant contribution to the field of leadership and management.
Once you have provided relevant information for the application process, you will be provisionally registered for the DBM. Candidates are required to meet the following conditions before they are fully registered:
Candidates who graduated with an MBA NQF level 8 qualification are required to complete an intensive two-day bridging programme to assist them to transition to an NQF 10 programme.
Advanced Research Methodology Module
All provisionally registered candidates are required to attend a three-day Advanced Research Methodology module that will prepare them for the DBM.
2019 Programme Schedule
Assignment Due : 12 April
Sessions : 08:30 – 16:00
Module : Bridging Programme Programme 1 – 2 March
Module : Advanced Research Methodology 16 – 18 April
Candidates are required to be in contact with their supervisors at least once a month.
OUTPUTS FOR THE DBM PROGRAMME
Candidates who are fully registered for the DBM Programme are required to:
DBM applicants are required to provide:
Regenesys Management Private Limited
Yes Bank Limited
Vashi,Navi Mumbai Branch
IFS Code: YESB0000419
Account Number: 041981400000061
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